Base Team Plan
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BASE TEAM PLAN
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Sample plan. For information only.
Supervising CFI = ron@distributedsecurity.com
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-PLANNING
02/01/1803/31/18Analysis, assessment, survey, plans necessary for defense of enterprise.
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Area Study
trueCollect and analyze broad-spectrum information on your surrounding environment
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Asset Evaluation
Identify persons, groups, and agencies that will contribute to your security
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Threat Assessment
List, characterize, and prioritize all potential human and environmental threats
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Duration
How long you would be reliant on your own resources in each threat scenario
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Site Survey
Create a detailed characterization and analysis of your site, activity, and mission
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Vulnerability Assessment
Evaluate each priority threat against present and future security profiles
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Response Plans
Plan for all off-normal or emergency contingencies
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Law enforcement liaison/cooperation
Law enforcement review, concurrence, and participation in planning
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Physical Security Upgrades
Identify gaps that could be closed by improvements in physical security
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Legal Constraints and Restraints
Identify what you must do, and cannot do, within the law
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-ORGANIZATION
02/01/1804/30/18Develop organizational infrastructure and recruit security force candidates.
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Guidance
Develop policy, doctrine, scoping, and regulations for security operations
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Command structure
Define chain of command and communications under normal and emergency conditions
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Organization chart
Determine size, structure, pay and hours (full time, part time, on call/concurrent duties), and build-out timeline for the PSF
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Recruitment
Recruit security cadre personnel from within workforce
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Workforce education, preparation, integration
Inform, instruct, and integrate non-DSB workforce into emergency planning
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Manning for Normal Operations/Conditions
Identify posts, patrols, reaction elements, shifts, and force utilization
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-PROVISIONING
05/01/1805/31/18Specify and purchase weapons, communications and medical, secure storage, other required equipment
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Specification
Identify requirements, test and/or evaluate options, select and standardize weapons & accessories, medical, communications, and other equipment
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Accountability and Control
Establish systems for secure storage and accountability
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Acquisition
Procure and allocate equipment
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PLANNING
06/01/1812/31/18
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-TRAINING
05/01/1812/31/19Proceed concurrently with PLANNING
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Advanced Level Plan
Identify initial and sustainment training requirements in weapons, tactics, medical, communications, leadership, and declarative knowledge (e.g. use of force, legal considerations). Plan, schedule, procure or conduct, fill, and oversee initial training.
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Collective Training
Identify initial and sustainment training and exercise requirements for multiple/cooperating teams; enterprise-wide emergency response; and joint training with law enforcement and other external assets. Plan, schedule, procure or conduct, fill, and oversee initial training.
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Sustainment Training
Schedule and procure (or implement with your own resources) sustainment training at all levels.
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Build & Improve Internal/Organic Training Capability
Complete facility/infrastructure buildout; develop and certify training cadre within the enterprise.
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Outsourced Training for Organizations and Individuals
Leverage facilities and training capabilities for the benefit of the community, and for financial support of the PDB.
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-VALIDATION
05/01/1812/31/19System tests and re-evaluation
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Exercises
Notice and no-notice exercises for targeted groups or entire enterprise
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Wargaming
Apply proven techniques for leveraged test and evaluation of plans, systems, organizations, and individuals against identified or evolving threats
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Intelligence
Maintain collection and analysis effort to stay abreast of external events and trends
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After Action Reviews (AAR)
Conduct robust AARs of all incidents, exercises, and training to identify and disseminate lessons learned
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-MOBILIZATION
06/01/1812/31/19Operational readiness.
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Phase 1 - On-site carry.
Security cadre begins concealed on-site carry.
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Phase 2 - On-site team tactics
Security cadre begins team on-site coverage.